Lastest News

April, 2017: Scott's paper titled "Improved Charge Collection in Highly Efficient CsPbBrI2 Solar Cells with Light-Induced Dealloying" has been accepted for publication in ACS Energy Letters!! Congratulations!

April, 2017: Alex's paper titled
"Crystallographic Orientation Propagation in Metal Halide Perovskite Thin Films" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry A!! Congratulations!

March, 2017: Ben has won the DOE SCGSR award! Congratulations! This award will enable Ben to spend the summer of 2017 at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to perform advanced ultrafast optical measurements. Exciting things to come.

March, 2017: Prof. Choi gave an invited talk at the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of New Mexico.

November, 2016: Ben's paper titled "
Controlling Nucleation, Growth, and Orientation of Metal Halide Perovskite Thin Films with Rationally Selected Additives" has been featured in an inside front cover!!

October, 2016: Our research recently published in Science Advances is featured in UVA Today article.

UVA Physicists, Engineers Paving Way for Wider Use of New Solar Cell Materials
"Developing hybrid organic-inorganic materials for next generation optoelectronic devices"

Our research group aims to advance the fundamental understanding of relationships between structure of semiconductor nanomaterials and their optical, electrical and magnetic properties. New insights obtained from our research enable development of novel semiconductor nanomaterials with tailored properties for next generation solar cells, light-emitting diodes, medical imaging agents and spintronics.

Choi Lab

Department of Chemical Engineering,
University of Virginia
ail: jjc6z[at]virginia[dot]edu
Phone: 434-243-1822
Webmaster: Alex Chen
102 Engineers' Way
P.O. Box 400741
Charlottesville, VA
Choi Laboratory for Optoelectronic Nanomaterials
Department of Chemical Engineering